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Thursday, May 19, 2011

For AID'S/HIV need HIV testing, access to care, and HIV treatment

AID'S is very  infectious diseases in the world.such that most of the people do not know what is the AID'S/HIV. The National Institute of Health (NIH) released the results of a historic study demonstrating the efficacy of treating HIV patients.At first  in America, we prepare to commemorate 30 years since the first AIDS case was diagnosed. Now we have the tools that could end the HIV epidemic as we know it.
President and CEO Phill Wilson said, The study involved 1,763 couples in which one partner was HIV negative. The other partner was HIV positive.All of the HIV positive participants had a T-cell count between 350 and 550. The participants were randomly di-vided into two groups. One group was started on antiretroviral treatment right away while researchers delayed treatment for the other group until the HIV-positive partner’s T-cells fell to 250-the re-commended time to start antiretroviral therapy for most of the world at the time of the study or until they exhibited symptoms of an AIDS related illness. All participants were given condoms, and provided HIV prevention services. 28 infections occurred over the duration of the study. 27 of them occurred in the group where treatment was delayed. Only one infection occurred in which the virus was genetically linked to the infected partner in the group where treatment had been started right away. For saving us from it we have to make the investment necessary to use these tools.
President Obama Administration to do three things: 1. Invest in expanded access to testing and linkages to care 2. Increase access to care for vulnerable communities 3. Raise HIV science and treatment literacy in vulnerable communities People need to know their HIV status and those who are HIV positive need to be linked to appropriate care immediately. In the face of this study, federal and state governments must address the ongoing funding crisis in the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.HIV science literacy, capacity and infrastructure. Regardless of the advances we’re making Black people will continue to be left behind if we don’t address these deficits. On every level Black people in America are disproportionately impacted by HIV and  Black Americans are being infected at a younger age and at higher rates, diagnosed at a later point in their disease and die faster than any other racial ethnic group.

So we must care from it's.Then will be save next generation in the world.

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